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Tutor profile: Kazi S.

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Kazi S.
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Subject: SAT

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Grammar question: To reduce rush hour traffic jams in a busy city area, stoplight timing is planned.

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Answer:

The correct way to rewrite this sentence would be: Stoplight timing is planned to reduce rush hour traffic jams in a busy city area. This sentence begins with the noun followed by the passive verb phrase to ensure clarity and cohesiveness.

Subject: ACT

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The length, in inches, of a box is 3 inches less than twice its width, in inches. Which of the following gives the length, l inches, in terms of the width, w inches, of the box?

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Answer:

Let l = length Let w = width twice its width means 2 * x = 2w 3 inches less means a subtraction of 3 l = 2(w) - 3

Subject: Algebra

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Trevor spent half of his allowance going to the movies. He washed the family car and earned seven dollars. What is his weekly allowance if he ended with sixteen dollars ?

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Answer:

Let X = Trevor's weekly allowance. If Trevor spent half of his allowance for movies that means, he spent 1/2X. If he washed the car and made seven dollars, and ended with sixteen dollars total, that means we get the formula: 1/2X +7 = 16. We can subtract 7 from both sides to get (1/2x + 7) -7 = 16 -7 1/2x = 9 Multiply both sides by 2 to remove the coefficient from x. (1/2x)2 = 9(2) x = 9 * 2 x = 18

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